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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

REMEMBRANCES PLEASE VIEW AND SIGN THE ONLINE GUEST BOOK AT WWW. SANTACRUZSENTINEL. COM MORTUARIES CREMATORY • CEMETERIES 1 HENRY FRANCIS HYMAN C. GRANT SMITH MIA LOUISE SANDERS 1950 - 2010 Lie. No. FD799 We also encourage beautiful memories. Call for more information on our gs personalized funeral services. Santa Cruz Memorial 1 MORTUARIES • CREMATORY * CEMETERIES M memory than to focus on those things that express a life. We will listen, giving the families we serve the freedom to Everyone remembers to send flowers to a funeral. What about that favorite pair of gardening gloves or those prize tomatoes? There is no better way to cherish a choose the way they want their service. We welcome those special items that bring happy thoughts, laughter, love, and meaningful memories. You are welcome to write about your loved ones in an “CARD OF THANKS” Classified Department 706-3202 BARSANTI RENA MONTRUCCHIO KEYES TERRANCE TIMOTHY Dr. Jason Novick Presented by CASTING CALL If your broken foo...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

AMGEN TOUR OF CALIFORNIA Local hotels see bump from race bookings Rooms still available for Tuesday’s race By J. M. BROWN jbrown@ santacruzsentinel. com As of Friday afternoon, the 23room Seaway Inn, whose floweradorned balconies overlook Monterey Bay, had only a five rooms available for Tuesday, when the Amgen Tour of California will arrive in its third of eight stages. The sea-green colored complex on West Cliff Drive will be a prime SANTA CRUZ — Typically, the Seaway Inn is nowhere near full on a Tuesday in the middle of May. Most beach hotels aren’t packed until Memorial Day weekend in Surf City. But this year, the prospect of seeing the world’s best cyclists zip along the coast to a Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk finish line is sparking extra business. “We’re hoping since this is the second year that we’ll be on people’s radar,” said director Maggie The Conference and Visitors Council won’t know until receiving its monthly travel report in June exactly what impact the race had on l...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

Congregational Church nonviolence as a way of life. WHEN: 7: 30 p. m. Friday WHERE: First Fellowship Hall, 900 High St., Santa Cruz practice peace in a reliable and consistent way. Peace is possible; it’s not some airy fairy, concept. There is a goodness in all humanity that wants to learn peace and a desire to be our best.” “Each one of us can learn how to be peace,” Johnson said.“ What it comes down to do is the know how to Johnson also incorporates HeartMath into her practices. HeartMath uses biofeedback software to teach how creating a positive feeling calms the heart and brain. “I’m giving people the background on this working, national model of peace so they can see a country that can actually model peace and that this is replicable,” Johnson said. “Peace is practical and possible. I’m talking about that so people can catch the vision.” of peace. Johnson was inspired and developed the Rasur Foundation in 1998, where she now serves as the director. The Rasur Foundation trains t...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

“We are hoping that those who can will give to keep this goodwill flowing and our neighbors fed,” Marcum said.“ There is a constant need to keep the pantry shelves full.” But the nonprofit needs donations to counter the unprecedented economic downturn’s effects. Marcum said many in the community can still pitch in and stressed every gesture makes a difference — from sparing a few food cans to giving away the extra item bought in a two-for-one sale. The recession also brings newcomers to the pantry — seniors struggling with heating and their medical bills, teachers who have been laid off, families who can’t make ends meet. The charity now provides help to more than 1,300 individuals per month on average compared to 1,100 a month in 2009, Marcum said. “We ’ r e l o o k i n g a t a disaster right now,” Marcum said.“ It makes you wonder where the world Marcum, 71, attributes the fall to the slumping economy. As layoffs and foreclosures reach a larger part of the community, Marcum said d...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

They raised funds independently, and recently participated in the 28th annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake Bowl-a-thon. Charles Canfield, president of the Seaside Co., owner of the Boardwalk, and Rick Hofstetter, CEO of Lighthouse Bank, formally challenged each other this spring to make a difference in the county by giving to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Santa Cruz County youth mentoring. say Meyer, Soquel; Eli Kass, Aptos; and Adriana Briceno, Watsonville. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Santa Cruz native Duncan Phillips and his wife, Curlee Phillips, celebrate his new position on staff at a children’s hospital in North Carolina. ( 21 years) and Melanie Reynoso ( 17 years). Supervisors Ellen Pirie and Neal Coonerty and Superior Court Judge Denine Guy were among the officials who attended to honor the resource families. Griggs-Murphy, Ruth Kim, Alina Langford, Graham Langley-Edwards, Claudia Lopez, Chris Morrow, Aryn Moulton, Gabriel Muro, Joanna Nelson, Thong Nguyen, William Rice, Martin Rizzo and Niki Se...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

■ Make your personal choices easier by fi rst considering the impact of your action on those you love. ■ Select the option that will cause the least harm, if your choices are evenly matched. Offra Gerstein is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Santa Cruz for more than 25 years. Her website is www. relationshipmatters. com. Contact her at 476-7666. Another tool for decisionmaking I term“ the secrecy factor”. Any behavior that requires secrecy is probably not a good choice. With few exceptions, such as protecting another person’s safety, privacy or dignity, secretive conduct, though not necessarily immoral or ill intentioned, is unwise. It often stems from feeling shame, guilt or embarrassment, good predictors of poor choices. If, for example, you would need to hide a certain conversation with a colleague because you know your boss or your spouse would bristle about it, this behavior is probably not a healthy option. and the child merit primary consideration. Yet, one part...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

didates, says,“ Sam Farr is the problem” for having backed the North American Free Trade Agreement. On his website, Arnold refers to the trade pact as“ NAFTA the Shafta of American jobs.” Farr’s website notes his support of the health care reform bill, high marks received from peace advo- According to federal campaign records, Farr has raised $ 324,755 during 2010 election cycle, while none of his opponents have filed finance reports. Farr has easily outdistanced both primary and general election challengers since being elected to the House to succeed Panetta. In 2008, he took 70 percent of the vote over Taylor and in 2006 he captured 77 percent of the vote in the Democratfriendly district. PETE ANDRESEN AGE: 86 EXPERIENCE: Retired businessman PARTY: Democrat RESIDENCE: Monterey KEY ENDORSEMENT: None WEBSITE: www. artdunn. com GARY ARNOLD AGE: 55 EXPERIENCE: Investment adviser PARTY: Republican RESIDENCE: Salinas KEY ENDORSEMENT: Not seeking endorsements WEBSITE: www. pete4congress1...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

The two gray 14-year-olds have lived together since birth and have been declawed so would need to remain indoor only, according to Animal Services staff. Lucky and Bozo are Russian blue cats and brothers. Bozo is gregarious, curious and confident while Lucky is more reserved and contemplative, according to Animal Services staff. ' 0 « PORTIA SHAO/ CONTRIBUTED The Santa Cruz SPCA is inundated with poodles looking a home. The Santa Cruz SPCA has been inundated with poodles. The SPCA is over crowded and has taken in many dogs, the latest being a pack of purebred poodles rescued from out-of-county shelters that had them on the euthanasia list. The SPCA has many purebreds and hybrids dogs looking for a home. Each has a unique personality and would make great additions to a good home. 1-2 p. m. The Watsonville shelter at 580 Airport Blvd. is open 10 a. m. to 5: 30 p. m. Monday to Saturday, though closed noon to 1 p. m. Call 454-7303, ext. 0, for information. Ave. is open 10 a. m. to 5: 30...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

Loan Program LOAN LIMIT: $ 750,000 to $ 10 million APPLICANT: Commercial lender requests guarantee ELIGIBLE PROJECTS: Manufacturing, wholesale, retail, service businesses including wineries and agricultural food processing facilities. Must be located in rural area, such as Watsonville, Freedom and Davenport. Rental housing ineligible. ININFORMATION: Call Ron Tackett at 530-533-4401 ext. 103 or visit www. rurdev. usda. gov/ ca/ bi/ index. htm ROBINSON KUNTZ/ SENTINEL “In this day and age, you have an advantage working with a local bank,” Manfre said.“ I view Santa Cruz County Bank as the little bank that could.” favorable, requiring a rate adjustment after five years, but Pam Zamani of Santa Cruz County Bank asked Manfre what he wanted. The wholesale produce company buys fruit and vegetables from growers around the world — Israel, New Zealand and Chile — and delivers to independent groceries Gary Manfre, owner of Watsonville Coast Produce, got a 25-year USDA loan through Santa Cruz C...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

The second grade class at Spring Hill School made $ 270 at a recent bake sale. The funds will be donated to the Center for Biological Diversity to help save endangered animals. The fourth-grade class at Gault Elementary will present the musical, Gold Dust or Bust, at 1 p. m. on Tuesday, 9: 15 a. m. on Wednesday and 6: 30 p. m. on Thursday at 1320 Seabright Ave. The hour-long musical highlights the stampede of forty-niners to California during the gold rush. The play is directed by teachers Bronwyn Wyrsch and Buzz Gray and is free. Spring Hill raises cash for endangered animals S A N TA C R U Z Live Oak students will participate in a talent show in the multiuse room at 9 a. m. Friday. The Principal’s Coffee is at 8 a. m. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Eighth-grade students from Shoreline Middle School in Santa Cruz stand outside the White House on the school’s annual spring break trip to Washington and New York City. Students will be invited to read their poems and receive a copy of the anthology...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

Lost Weekend performs at special events, concerts, dances, theatres, resorts, national and state parks, hotels, and nightclubs throughout California and the West. The band blends fiddles, a full rhythm section with steel, lead and rhythm guitars, a horn section, as well as piano, bass and drums. WHEN: 2 p. m. LOST WEEKEND BY BERNICE BEDE OSOL Michaels to return to the stage Associated Press Suburbs honor ‘ Idol’ finalist Jackson crypt gets sunflowers ing fans. Dewyze waved to the crowds from the back of a black convertible. “That raspy voice just sends chills up your spine,” said Margie Torphy, 52, a Mount Prospect resident along the route who said she used to buy paint from him. AQUARIUS ( JAN. 20-FEB. 19) You may choose to ignore experience and SAGITTARIUS ( NOV. 23DEC. 21) Once you make a promise to do something with friends, you need to stick to your word, or risk losing their friendship for good. Don’t promise what you can’t commit to. CAPRICORN ( DEC. 22-JAN. 19) In order to g...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

only once. same number and each 3x3 box contains the The object is to place the numbers 1 to 9 in the empty squares so that each row, each column women need to grow up and face the truth. When your husband has sex with another woman, he is not cheating; he is following his biology. I could go on and tell you more, but I don’t have the time right now because there is a married woman a few blocks away waiting for me. ANSWERS am writing you about the wives who write about their husbands having affairs. You women just don’t get it. We are doing what we were pro- more than 400 women. I from the age of 16, with enjoyed a great sex life, DEAR MARGO: I am a 65-year-old man who’s FICTION 1. THE 9TH JUDGMENT: by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro. ( Little, Brown, $ 27.99.) NON-FICTION 1. THE BIG SHORT: by Michael Lewis. ( Norton, $ 27.95.) Margo, forwardly real interest in them and what they have to say. Listening, I have found, is a great friend magnet. into integrated adults with many frien...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

Aptos [ 16-4], which defeated San Lorenzo Valley 14-0 in the semifinals, struggled at the start and found themselves down 2-0 early in the first quarter. said.“ We won the faceoff three straight times early in the second half and we were able to score on all of them, which was huge.” “We fought hard and had a tough battle at the beginning, but we really came together in the second,” Aptos senior Zack Powell SCOTTS VALLEY — The Aptos High lacrosse team cruised through the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League Tournament final on Saturday afternoon. After finishing the regular season a perfect 10-0 and breezing through the semifinals, the top-seeded Mariners used a 9-0 second-half run to put away second-seed Scotts Valley, 15-7. Zack Powell of Aptos and Nathaniel Schwab battle for the ball in the SCCAL lacrosse championship Saturday. Top-seed Mariners win fi rst SCCAL Tournament title HIGH SCHOOL LACROSSE SEE LACROSSE ON C2 BILL LOVEJOY/ SENTINEL STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS Sharks have felt Wilso...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

YOUTH LACROSSE 15U tournament semifinals Fair Oaks behind winner Chelsea Currier of MVC, who threw 1197. Jane Hammer and La Chica Mala stood out for the Outlaws, Fierce said. The Derby Girls’ next bout is scheduled for June 26 at the Civic. part to the efforts of jammer Candy Hooligan. Hooligan had four grand slams in one jam and racked up 49 points in the half. She was aided in the bout by her blockers, headed up by Foxee Firestorm. On the girls side, Mclin won the 300 meter hurdles [ 48.50] to go along with her victory in the 200 for the Toreadors. Her teammate Anna Welsh won the 1,600 [ 5: 35.82] and the 3,200 [ 12: 30.43]. the shot put [ 49-2], and Rick Standish won the 100 [ 11.38] and the 200 [ 23.51]. Seaside also had a multievent winner, Adonis Singletary, who won the 110 hurdles [ 15.58] and the long jump [ 20-10]. CYCLING High School Disc Golf League finals 8 a. m. DeLaveaga Disc Golf Course vs. Santa Cruz County Warriors noon Skypark, Scotts Valley Cueva, also a Wildcatz ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

“I like this track because it fits my style of driving,” Larson said.“ I like to run the top of the race track more than the bottom. Last night, Bud showed me the top when he tried to pass after the last restart. It was definitely faster and that helped me stay in front.” The supporting cast included IMCA modified racing with Salinas’ Cody Burke winning the main event and third heat race. Prunedale’s Raymond Keldson won his first 2010 heat race over champion Kenny Nott. Gilroy’s Jerry Movrich won the second heat race with Sanders and Cox won the two B-main events to transfer into the A-main. Golobic, Larson, Morgan Hill’s Eric Rossi and Salinas’ Ronnie Day were heat race winners. Tarlton topped the charts in qualifying with an 11.645-sec-ond fast lap. Eliason, Cox, Santa Clara’s Brad Furr and Sanders completed the top five in qualifying. Nine of the 31 qualifiers recorded qualifying times in the 11-second bracket. Tony Karis interviews Ocean Speedway winners on his show Motor Sports...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

The official announcement was inflammation in the hip, the same diagnosis that landed him on the DL in the first place. The A’s have hovered near the top of the American League West even while being decimated by early-season injuries. But losing Duchscherer on a longterm basis would be a critical blow for a Manager Bob Geren had talked encouragingly in recent days about the expected return of Duchscherer, as well as that of catcher Kurt Suzuki, center fielder Coco Crisp and second baseman Mark Ellis, three frontline players who appear close to coming off the DL. Further information was unavailable immediately after the game. But given that Duchscherer felt OK, only to experience a recurrence of pain in the same area, doesn’t bode well for his return anytime soon. Duchscherer’s injury wasn’t announced in the Angels Stadium press box until the top of the first. A’s rookie reliever Tyson Ross was pressed into starting duty for the first time in his brief career and got off to a great s...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

somewhat, and that includes guys like ( Joe) Thornton and ( Patrick) Marleau.” a loss. That attitude served the Sharks well when they found themselves down 2-1 to Colorado in the first round. scoring with 11 points. “Heater is such a gamer,” defenseman Douglas Murray said.“ He wants the puck. He loves to score. He’s willing to do anything to get to the right areas to score.” STEW MILNE/ AP Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski, left, and Revolution defender Cory Gibbs battle for the ball during the second half Saturday. Wilson, the chief architect of the renovation project, isn’t about to start bragging about his blueprints. He said the focus belongs on the players. “Intrinsically driven people will find a way,” he said.“ It was all about collecting people who wanted to find that way. They’ve grown from their experiences and found solutions. We believe in these people.” Here is how the pieces came together for a Sharks team that will take the ice this afternoon for Game 1 of the Wes...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 16 May 2010

Last year, Federer beat then No. 1-ranked Nadal in the final for his Nadal came from behind to beat Spanish countryman Nicolas Almagro 4-6, 6-2, 6-2 in the first semifinal. Roger Federer will meet Rafael Nadal in a second consecutive Madrid Masters final after beating David Ferrer of Spain 7-5, 3-6, 6-3. TENNIS “I think with my speed I can catch any fighter,” Khan said.“ I knew I was going to catch him and I could see him getting his head knocked back. I could see him get It was well worth the wait. The former British Olympian used crisp right hands and incredible speed to stop former titleholder Paulie Malignaggi in the 11th round, a brutally efficient display of boxing that is certain to catapult him into the upper echelon of a deep 140-pound division. It took junior welterweight champion Amir Khan a trip to Canada and nearly two weeks of turmoil just to secure a visa to make his highly anticipated debut in the United States. Chelsea hit the goalposts five times before Drogba curl...

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